More and more fans are deciding to share their passion with other people and provide them with access to pinballs.
That is why many players have decided to collect their machines and get incredible collections. They manage to group games from different years, themes and manufacturers in one place. In this post, we will focus on the museums scattered around the world of best-known pinballs.
The creator of this pinball museum located in Budapest, Balasz Palfi, fulfilled his dream in a basement in Hungary. He managed to fulfill his dream and that of many more. The nostalgia of those wonderful years, in which the flippers enjoyed their peak, appears in each of the visitors of this place. It allows to take out each player, the child inside.
It has more than 130 machines, including games from the 19th century to the present. Of course, it has Time Machine, the first famous pinball, created by Data East.
Different competitions organized by the IFPA have been held in the museum.
It is located in Radnoti Miklos utca 18, Budapest 1137. The price of your ticket is around 10€ (3000 HUF), having discounts based on age. The entrance includes free play on any of its machines.
In addition, you can buy for another 10€, the T-shirt exclusively sold in the Museum. The room is composed of pinball machines that surround the room and even tables and showcases, are made from components of pinball machines.
Finally, it has a room of 80 square meters where you can make business or children’s parties.
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Krakow Pinball Museum
Forgotten feelings appear again when you access the Pinball Museum located in Krakow. In 300 square meters you can enjoy the free game of about 60 pinballs like Terminator 2, The Addams Family, Star Trek o Dirty Harry, between many other things.
The oldest pinball machine dates back to 1967.
Arcade machines also have their place in the museum. With a much smaller number.
Account also, with a living room with bar available. The price of your ticket is around 11€ and of course, the pinball machines are in free play.
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